The Apron Bib

Modeled on a basic apron design, the Apron Bib is a new full-coverage bib option (and is a S.Kin’Designs original). With a little more coverage than the Basic Bib, it is also fully reversable (like having two bibs for the price of one!), fully adjustable and machine washable.  The current fabrics are 100% cotton and have a great retro flair perfect for boys and girls alike! The current fabrics are also lightweight- making it highly compactable and great for popping in your purse or diaper bag when going out.

It features a longer length than the Basic Bib to provide better lap -coverage. Because of this, it also features a S.Kin’Designs designed leg-slit to allow for high chair sitting with no bunch-up: just perfect upper leg coverage (for all those things that somehow bypass regular bibs and accumulate on your little one’s lap).

It is great for anything messy whether spoon-fed or self-fed.  It is a medium-full coverage bib.

Shown here is the Mushroom print bib (available in limited quantities), a Frog print bib will be available soon!

Price: $22.00

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~ by Stephanie on February 8, 2011.

4 Responses to “The Apron Bib”

  1. […] first truely retro inspired design, the Rockabilly Apron Bib features a similar top to our Apron Bib, but the bottom is a half circle skirt: lots of extra fabric to cover that baby lap with (and wrap […]

  2. […] using for my Rockabilly Apron  Bibs wasn’t exactly what I needed for the Basic Bibs and Apron Bibs, so here’s a peak at the version I will be starting to use for […]

  3. […] my first Upcycled Bib. Made from reclaimed (but washed) jeans, and in the Apron Bib style:                       […]

  4. […] Ukuleles: 100% organic cotton printed with AZO-free dyes, from Birch Fabrics. Available in both Apron Bib and Basic Bib styles. Ribbons on Apron Bibs are 100% Organic […]

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